"Issued jointly by the National Council, Protestant Episcopal Church, New York 10, New York and the Missionary Society of the Anglican Church of Canada, Toronto 5, Ontario".
"We are grateful indeed to all the authors of this book who responded so willingly and promptly to the request of the Joint Study Book Committee to supply chapters on their particular areas of responsibility". -- Acknowledgements.
"This study book is bound to awake the greatest interest because it deals with an exciting subject, and is written by those who know the subject at first hand. .... Among the forces from other countries which are active in Africa today are the influences of communism, of Christian missions, and of Islam. To which of these will Africans turn ? For the development of Africa will continue to depend upon fellowship with the rest of the world. No country can live to itself. .... One of the most important forces in Africa is, of course, the Christian Church, and our Churches in our own country are able to co-operate with Africans through our missionary interest in the Church. You will find here, the record of evangelism and pastoral care, the work of education in Christian schools, and the work of healing in Christian hospitals; a work which we are bound to reinforce with our prayer and our understanding and our assistance. I believe that the leadership is there in Africa; I have been deeply impressed by the splendid African bishops whom I have met at various conferences, but they still need our co-operation". -- Foreword.
Contents: The Dioceses of the Anglican Communion in Africa -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword dated Bishopthorpe, Quebec, P.Q., March 25, 1959 / Philip Quebec i.e. Carrington, Acting Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada -- Scanning the African Horizon / [F.H.W. Crabb] -- The Church and Education / [Joyce Herklots] -- The Church in Agriculture / [Kenneth Prior] -- The Church's Concern for Health / [J. Gilbert H. Baker] -- The Church and Multi-racial Society / [Richard R. Roseveare] -- The Church in Liberia / [James F. Hopewell] -- Epilogue / [M.A.C. Warren] -- The Authors.
"Special Edition". "Working with some of the most marginalized people on the continent, PWRDF partners in Africa integrate gender, human rights, peace building, and HIV and AIDS work into their poverty reduction programs. All health programs implemented by partners have a strong HIV and AIDS component. The focus of partners' work is prevention, education and fighting stigma; care through home-based care services or hospices; and support of people affected and infected by AIDS such as orphans, low-income families, and AIDS patients". PWRDF is currently working with partners in Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Mozambique, South Africa, Sudan and Tanzania.